Sunday, January 14, 2018

Iran’s Basij Militiamen Raped Virgin Girls To Execute


MEMBERS of Iran's feared Basij militia forcibly marry female virgin prisoners the night before scheduled executions, raping their new "wives" and making it religiously acceptable to execute them, a self-professed member of the paramilitary group says.

The anonymous militiaman, exposing a part of the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's religious regime in Iran, told The Jerusalem Post that at age 18 he was "given the honor to temporarily marry young girls before they were sentenced to death".

In the Islamic Republic of Iran it is illegal to execute a woman if she is a virgin, the former guard said. So the Government arranges "wedding" ceremonies to be conducted the night before executions, and prisoners are forced to have sexual intercourse with a guard, Fox News reported.

Raped by her new "husband," a female prisoner is now fit to be put to death. "I regret that, even though the marriages were legal," said the militiaman, who told the Jerusalem Post he had just been released from prison himself after freeing two teenagers rounded up during post-election protests.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Burmese Soldiers & Vigilante Killed 10 Rohingya


Myanmar's military acknowledged Wednesday that its security forces and Buddhist villagers killed 10 Rohingya Muslims whose bodies were found in a mass grave in a village in troubled Rakhine state.

The public admission of wrongdoing is the military's first since it launched “clearance operations” against ethnic Rohingya in August, prompting more than 650,000 to flee into neighboring Bangladesh in what the United Nations has called “ethnic cleansing.” A statement on the military commander-in-chief's Facebook page said the Rohingya found in the mass grave had threatened Buddhist villagers and were killed in retaliation.

The U.N. and other groups accuse the military of widespread atrocities against the Rohingya, including killings, rapes and the burning of homes. But the military has insisted that there has been no wrongdoing by any security forces.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Congressional Black Caucus Defending Visa Lottery

(Based on a news article from The NEW YORK TIMES on 01 November 2017.)

The Congressional Black Caucus.
In 2013 when the now-defunct Gang-of-Eight posted 800 page Immigration Reform Bill online the so-called CBC (Congressional Black Caucus) went berserk loudly complaining of the proposed “merit based point system” and axing of so-called Diversity Visa Lottery.

The reason was very simple since the Diversity Visa Lottery is the only program bringing mainly Black immigrants into United States from Africa and the Caribbean.

“The gloves are coming off — the point system is not enough,” said a senior member of the Congressional Black Caucus on the issue of the diversity visa lottery being axed in the “gang of eight” immigration legislation. One member of the CBC stated publicly that he will not vote for an immigration bill that does not include the diversity visa program.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Bangladesh Bans Rohingya From Marrying Bangladeshis


Bangladeshi men are dying to marry pretty
Rohingya girls at any cost.
Bangladesh court upholds ban on Rohingya marriage: A Bangladesh court on Monday upheld a government ruling banning marriage between its citizens and refugees from Myanmar's persecuted Rohingya minority, who have fled ethnic violence in the neighbouring country.

The High Court in Dhaka dismissed a legal challenge from a father whose son married a Rohingya teenager in a Muslim ceremony in September despite laws forbidding such unions. Marriages with Rohingya were banned in 2014 to try to prevent hundreds of thousands of refugees living in Bangladesh from seeking a back door to citizenship.

Babul Hossain, whose 26-year-old son ran away with his new wife after they married, questioned the legality of the ruling that threatens a seven-year jail term for any Bangladeshi who weds a Rohingya refugee. But the court rejected his plea and ordered he pay 100,000 taka ($1,200) in legal costs.

"The court rejected the petition and has upheld the administrative order, which bans marriage between Bangladeshi citizens and Rohingya people," deputy attorney general Motaher Hossain Saju told AFP. Hossain's request that the court protect his son from arrest was also rejected, Saju added.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Detained Student(s) Tortured & Raped To Death In Iran


The death of a young Iranian in custody for allegedly taking part in antiestablishment protests has heightened fears of brutal official reprisals against detained protesters and other perceived dissidents following the worst street demonstrations Iran has seen in nearly a decade.

Iranian activists probing the fates of detainees during protests and other unrest that erupted late last month reported on January 7 that 22-year-old Sina Ghanbari had died in prison of "unknown causes.”

The activists, who include lawyers and volunteers including individuals caught in past crackdowns like the one after a disputed presidential election in 2009, say their self-styled committee was informed of Ghanbari's death by other detainees following their release. Well after the unconfirmed reports, the head of the prison authority in Tehran Province on January 8 said that Ghanbari had hanged himself in a prison lavatory.

"On the morning of Saturday, January 6, one of the prisoners, Sina Ghanbari, son of Ali Akbar, visited the lavatory of the quarantine section and hanged himself," Mostafa Mohebi told the semiofficial ISNA news agency. Suicide always is official excuse for the deaths of torture victims inside the notorious Evin Prison.

Asian Fetish Of White-Supremacists & Neo-Nazis


Tila the Viet-American-Nazi.
The white supremacists on the far right have “yellow fever” — an Asian woman fetish. It’s a confusing mix.

Andrew Anglin, the founder of the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer, once posted a video of himself with a Filipina he called “my jailbait girlfriend,” the young couple flirting as they sauntered through a megamall in the Philippines.

Richard Spencer, a white nationalist, has dated a series of Asian-American women, according to one of his ex-girlfriends. (Mr. Spencer insists that it was before he embraced white nationalism.)

The right-wing agitator Mike Cernovich, the writer John Derbyshire and an alt-right figure named Kyle Chapman (so notorious for swinging a lead-filled stick at Trump opponents at a protest in Berkeley, Calif., that he is now a meme) are all married to women of Asian descent.

Monday, January 8, 2018

Refugees Are Muslim Invaders: Hungary PM Orban


Hungary’s Leader Says Refugees Should Be Called ‘Muslim Invaders’: With elections just over the horizon, Viktor Orban is ramping up his attacks on migration.

Hungary’s combative Prime Minister Viktor Orban has begun the new year in inflammatory fashion, referring to Syrian asylum seekers ― that is, people arriving in Hungary after having fled the war ravaging their home country ― as “Muslim invaders.”

Orban has taken frequent aim at the European Union’s refugee policies. He has fiercely protested the EU’s demand that Hungary take in about 1,300 refugees in an effort to distribute asylum claims throughout the continent. He’s spent millions of dollars on border fences, and called migration “a poison.” But his comments Monday were especially blatant in their appeal to religious and nationalist sentiments.

Rebellion: Fake “Sanctuary State” Signs In California


LOS ANGELES (CBSLA/AP) – Drivers making their way into California this week were greeted by a fake “Sanctuary State” sign.

A sign placed along the southbound 15 Freeway — near the town of Primm at the California-Nevada border — reads, “Official Sanctuary State! Felons, Illegals and MS13 Welcome! Democrats Need The Votes!”

It was tacked below an already existing “Welcome to California” sign. MS-13 refers to an international gang which began in Los Angeles. It was unclear if the sign had been removed as of Tuesday afternoon.

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Iran Arrests Thousands Of Protesters & Ahmadinejad


Hated Hijabs are the first to go in Free-Iran.
The U.S. State Department announced on Thursday that Iran’s Islamic regime has arrested at least 1,000 Iranians since protests began and announced that it will hold an emergency meeting to discuss the uprising and how to provide support for the people.

“We condemn the deaths to date and the arrests of at least 1,000 Iranians by the Iranian regime during this week’s protests and called on the United Nations Security Council to speak out in support of the Iranian people,” State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert wrote.  

Also on Thursday, Nauert said in a press release, “We have ample authorities to hold accountable those who commit violence against protesters, contribute to censorship, or steal from the people of Iran.”

According to Amnesty International, hundreds of detained Iranians are being held in the notorious Evin Prison’s “quarantine section, an area that has the capacity to hold a maximum of 180 people.”